Writing and Project Samples

PROGRAMMING AND WRITING


1. Windows Mobile Starter Kits: Tic Tac Toe and Home Screen Alarm Plugin

Description:

These two projects were completed when I was working at Microsoft Mobile and Embedded Devices Content Publishing Team (Summer 07). Both programs were written in C++ with easy to understand documentations. I was involved in the design, development, testing and documentation processes. The Tic Tac Toe project focused on Windows Mobile Ink APIs and screen resolution awareness; the Home Screen Alarm Plugin project focused on Windows Mobile 6 Standard Home Screen Plug-in programming.

URL (at Microsoft’s web site):

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/windowsmobile/bb264330.aspx

2. EasyCapture User Assistance Documentation

Description:

This was a group project for the University of Washington TC 407 Software User Assistance class (Spring 08). We created high value documentation for the EasyCapture software. We single sourced the main contents and created a user manual in print (PDF) format as well as an online help in HTML format. We used Madcap Flare 3.0 as our primary tool to manage contents and generate output.

URL to PDF user manual:

http://students.washington.edu/nuoyan/proj/TC407/TeamD/FinalPDF_June4th.pdf

URL to HTML online help:

http://students.washington.edu/nuoyan/proj/TC407/TeamD/HTML_version.htm

URL to MadCap Flare Source Files:

http://students.washington.edu/nuoyan/proj/TC407/TeamD/FlareProjectSourceFiles/ 

 

DESIGN AND HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION


1. ParkSmart Prototype

Description:

This was a team project for the University of Washington CSE 440 Human Computer Interaction class (Autumn 08). It’s a prototype of a location aware iPhone application that helps drivers find parking spots. 

URL to project web site:

http://www.cs.washington.edu/education/courses/cse440/CurrentQtr/project_files/parking/

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